Everyone has a habit they want to get rid of, change or improve. For some it's to quit smoking, for others it's to become more organized or to shop less. Some people want to be healthy and others want to stop gambling. The first step when changing a habit is to have a clear understanding of what you are currently doing. Keeping a logbook gives you a dedicated place to record your actions, triggers and excuses for smoking. As you write down your information, try to be impartial. You want to be honest with yourself and what you're doing, feeling and thinking. You will also want to keep your eyes open for patterns. This will help you learn what to deflect when you decide to stop, change or improve your smoking habit. Featuring: MAKE YOUR OWN - REFERENCES to record contacts, websites or whatever you want to QUICKLY and EASILY find. DETAIL PAGES - over 125 ruled and numbered Detail Pages to record basic information about your habit. Use the HABIT DETAILS section to record the dates, times, what you do, what your triggers are and what excuses you give to justify yourself. PATTERN OBSERVATION PAGES to record your observations about your habit.